One of Japan’s most subscribed-to YouTubers bought a limited-edition $10,000 Gucci Xbox, which he revealed in an unboxing video he posted on Sunday.
Super rare: Japanese YouTuber Hikakin has over 10.3 million subscribers and is a musician known for beat-boxing a cover of the “Super Mario Bros.” theme song in 2010, which currently has close to 53 million views.
South Korean artist Seungjin Yang combines functionality with childhood imagination in his line of chairs that are sculpted to look like balloon art. Made with real balloons, the artist quite literally breathes life into his creations worth thousands.
Yang began “The Blowing Series” in 2013 with “his intention to transform undefined form of balloons into a type of sculpture through his own interpretations.” He has since furthered his mission to try to form “balanced structures and rigid textures” from the unstable material.
Although one and a half centuries have passed since the first major wave of Asian immigrants arrived on U.S. shores, many Asian Americans continue to feel like strangers in their own homeland.
Despite the community’s invaluable contributions to get America to where it is today, the group as a whole is still overlooked. Even worse, it is blamed for the most pressing problem that besets the country and the rest of the world at present.
A Japanese YouTuber has gone viral for his invention that lets people perform a real-life Kamehameha from “Dragon Ball” and an A.T. (Absolute Terror) Field used by the Angels and Evangelions in “Neon Genesis Evangelion.”Goku Shoots Frieza in the Face
A Malaysian grandmother realized the hard way that Milo tins are not the best place to hide life savings after losing at least 300,000 Malaysian Ringgit ($73,700) to pests.
The incident was shared on the Facebook page, Penang News Group on Nov. 30.
A Taiwanese Facebook user shared a story on how he bought his PlayStation 5 from a man who was forced to sell the gaming console after his wife found out it was not an air purifier.
The 35-year-old model and dancer from Tokyo has not had a haircut for more than 15 years, according to Newsflare.
A new baby elephant was born in Japan’s oldest zoo, and staff members are now asking for help in naming him.
The public had their first glimpse of the male calf on Tuesday at the Ueno Zoological Gardens in Taito Ward, according to Reuters. He was born on Oct. 31.
Ho Huu Hanh may not have been born with arms, but he is proving to be more than capable of excelling in school and creating a bright future.
The 20-year-old student from Vietnam was recently accepted at Lac Hong University, where he is set to study Information Technology Engineering, Phu Nu Online reported.
An adorable video of a stealthy cat that was sneaked into a Chinese classroom by his owner is making the rounds on social media.
A Japanese woman was arrested for poking through 13 expensive melons in a supermarket using only her incredibly strong finger.
The incident occurred on July 28 when a 64-year-old woman, whose name was not revealed, entered a grocery store in Kushiro City, Hokkaido Prefecture around 1:30 p.m., according to HBC News via SoraNews24.
One Malaysian man has become the envy of many after his girlfriend paid for a new brake kit and the additional costs to repair his car.